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CILF 2017 Exhibitors‘ Profile: International Ports

Date Posted:2017-08-31   Author:    Source:Original site
  • Port of Rotterdam

Booth NO. B1288-B1295


  • Port of Hamburg

Booth NO. B1248-B1251


  • Port of Taranto

Booth NO. B1204-B1206

The Port of Taranto with its strategic position in the heart of Mediterranean is an intermodal logistic hub for sea traffic from/to Central Europe and the Far East and the developing economies of the MENA Area. Within the port domain the Special Economic Zone will feature extra tax concessions for investors. New infrastructures available are:  the Logistic Park, extending over 200.000 sqm inside the port domain, an integrated freight platform fully equipped with warehouses, as well as intermodal rail and road links, and the Multipurpose Pier – recently renovated  - with its 2 km length berth and -16,5 depth (by 2018) of the seabed.


  • Port of Barcelona

Booth NO. B1268-B1271


  • Port of Gothenburg

Booth NO. B1236,1237

The Port of Gothenburg is the largest port in Scandinavia, with over 11,000 vessel calls each year. The Port of Gothenburg is free of ice all year and no tide. The approach from open sea to the quayside takes just 90 minutes. 70% of industry and the population in the Nordic Region can be found within a distance of 500 km.

The Port of Gothenburg has an advanced rail shuttle operating system. Furthermore, The Port of Gothenburg can offer a very wide range of routes, with traffic to over 130 destinations throughout the world, including 2 direct routes to China.


  • Port of Gdansk

Booth NO. B1317-B1321

The Port of Gdańsk is the largest seaport in Poland and one of the largest in the Balltic. The Port of Gdańsk is a universal port facility which offers cargo handling services in its state-of-the-art bulk and general cargo terminals. Port’s major advantages include its location, excellent hydrographical conditions, its extensive transport infrastructure and attractive land designated for investment. According to the strategy of European Union the Port of Gdansk plays a significant role as a key link in the Trans-European Transport Corridor No. 1 connecting the Nordic countries with Southern and Eastern Europe.


  • Freeport of Riga Authority

Booth NO.B1325-B1328

The Freeport of Riga is a multifunctional port and the largest port in Latvia in terms of cargo turnover (37.1 mln t in 2016).  The port is multifunctional and offers year round navigation. Main types of cargo handled at the port are coal, oil products, containers, timber, fertilisers and metals.  Due to excellent geographical location and hinterland connections the Freeport of Riga acts as a key link in the cargo transit chain to and from the EU, CIS and Asia and offers advantages provided by the Free Economic Zone regime.


  • Port of Tallinn

Booth NO. B1308-B1316

Port of Tallinn, which operates as a state-owned company, handles multiple types of cargo as well as passengers, which makes it the biggest port authority in Estonia. Port of Tallinn consists of five constituent harbours. Located on the east coast of the Baltic Sea, our harboursare well placed for cargo transshipments between East and West as well as North and South by sea, road and rail, offering delivery time access to 450 million people within 72 hours. Port of Tallinn  serves 10.5 million passengers annually. An active ferry network connects Tallinn to Helsinki, Stockholm and St. Petersburg. Cruise vessels call Tallinn over 300 times each year.


  • Port of Sillamäe (Silport)

Booth NO. B1308-B1316

SILPORT is a 100% privately owned company. The entire territory of up to 750 ha is private. The following facilities are located at the Port: SillPOWER heat power plant, railway station and depot, unique NPM SILMET factory of rare and rare earth metals. Terminals: Alexela - dark oil products, shale oil.

Silsteve - containers, general and project cargos, bulk, new vehicles, Ro-Ro. Regular Container line Maersk Line. DBT BCT - liquid fertilizers and ammonia terminal. EuroChem - liquid chemicals and petrochemicals. SILPORT is the EU port closest to Russia, located 25km from the EU border to Russia. SILPORT has the ISPS safety certificate. SILPORT is a Free Economic Zone.


  • Incheon Port Authority

Booth NO. B1242


  • Sohar Port and Freezone

Booth NO. B1242

With investments of US$26 billion, SOHAR Port and Freezoneis a deep-sea port and adjacent free zone in the Middle East, situated midway between Dubai and Muscat. As one of the world’s fastest growing logistical developments it lies at the centre of global trade routes between Europe and Asia. Its prime location avoids the additional costs of passing through the congested Strait of Hormuz. Ideal for business, SOHAR provides unequalled access to the fast diversifying Gulf State economies, India and Iran. New and uncongested highways link SOHAR directly to Saudi Arabia and the UAE; SOHAR boasts a new cargo airport.



Booth NO. B1325-B1328

Port of Liepaja:

– free economic zone,

– multifunctional, all-year-round ice-free commercial port in the Eastern Baltic,

– full service of cargo handling and transportation services,

– free territories for development of manufacturing and value-added services,

– tax incentives for manufacturing withins free economic zone,

– exemption from excise tax and custom duties for transit of cargoes to and from CIS countries.



Booth NO. B1325-B1328

Freeport of Ventspils is an important transit center in Europe. Paying attention to the east – convenient road connections and powerful railway system connect the port with Russia and CIS, to the west – services of port terminals and ferry lines to Sweden are opening new markets. We invite all companies to use the favorable investment climate of Ventspils!